Energy in Texas Volume I: Electric-Power Generation, PRP 7
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Energy policy in Texas is a matter of obvious importance, and it has received particular attention at the LBJ School. This volume, concerned with electric power generation, is one of two policy studies which resulted from policy research projects on energy in Texas, conducted over a two-year period (1972-74) at the LBJ School. Additional work was done during 1975 in order to incorporate the most recent information into this volume. It is our hope that this report and its companion volume (Energy in Texas, Volume II: Policy Alternatives) will be of value both to policy makers and to the public in considering policy alternatives for energy in Texas.
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